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Brunelli, M. (2018). A survey of inconsistency indices for pairwise comparisons. International Journal of General Systems, 47(8), 751–771. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1080/03081079.2018.1523156
BibTeX citation key: Brunelli2018
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Categories: AHP/ANP
Keywords: consistency, consistency index, multi-criteria decision-making, pairwise comparison matrix, pairwise comparisons
Creators: Brunelli
Collection: International Journal of General Systems
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Abstract
Pairwise comparisons are a well-established tool to compare weights
of criteria and alternatives or, more in general, any entities. Their ultimate
goal is to facilitate the search for a suitable weight vector. In this
context, the concepts of inconsistency and inconsistency index have
emerged. This manuscript has two goals. Firstly, it surveys the most
relevant inconsistency indices by means of a self-contained exposition.
Secondly, by analyzing recent trends and milestones it presents
some conclusions and a discussion on possible directions of future
research.
  
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